|2023||Start date||Finish date|
|Term 1||27 January (students start 30 January in government schools)||6 April|
|Term 2||24 April||23 June|
|Term 3||10 July||15 September|
|Term 4||2 October||20 December|
Better Moves Around Schools program is run in collaboration with Moonee Valley schools to improve traffic, safety and parking management, and encourage walking, cycling and the use of public transport when travelling to and from school.
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Based on the famous novel by Roald Dahl, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory features an original score composed by Marc Shaiman with lyrics by Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray) and a book by David Greig. The world-famous Willy Wonka is opening the gates to his mysterious factory…but only to a lucky few.
Young Charlie Bucket and four other golden ticket winners will embark on a life-changing journey through Wonka’s world of pure imagination.
Wednesday 24 August 2022 – Friday 26 August 2022
Tickets can go on sale Monday June 20th via Try booking – see link below
Production Team Leader & MD of the College Production “Charlie & the Chocolate Factory”
Essendon Keilor College
Ph: 9319 1364
This year, Education Week runs from 22–28 May. The theme, ‘150 Years of Public Education’ commemorates the past, celebrates the present and imagines the future of education in Victoria.
Education Week is an opportunity for our secondary school to highlight our education journey.
Essendon Keilor College has a long and proud history that continues to positively influence the present and inspire the future.
The current college was founded in 1993 with the amalgamation of five schools: Avondale Heights High School, Essendon High School, Essendon Technical School (Queens Park Secondary College), Keilor Heights High School, and Niddrie High School. Long serving principal, Doug Rob (1993-2006), guided the College through this important stage in its history, galvanising the good will of the community and using it to develop a new, unifying identity that worked for everyone.
Use the hashtag #EdWeekVic to get involved on social media.
For more information and to access the calendar of free activities, visit Education Week 2022.